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How can one so jealously invoke
Protections denied to others within the same breath
How can one so righteously bespoke
Yet judge that some others deserved of death
To claim that any land is given by God
For we are the chosen one upon this earth
Yet, all others, must be dealt with cold and hard
For they were not so fortunate at their birth
Did not others before you claim of a master race?
And corralled people into squalor and burdensome camps
Yet still stand before God to look upon you face
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Thursday, April 3, 2014
Topic(s) of this poem: faith
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COMMENTS
Hasan Haskovic 03 February 2015
Oh of any conscience that remains that we need so sorely Injustices cannot be smoothed over seamlessly in this strife If truly you are God’s chosen people, He has chosen poorly Terrific, simply terrific.
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